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Long Bin Chen’s book-based sculptures

Reading between the lines, artist Long Bin Chen has found new meaning in these old books, constructing intricate sculptures from classic texts. A heads up for students at College of Charleston: if you’re going to bring in your signed copy of Lord of the Rings for some light reading, guard it with your life or it’ll be carved into a pair of lips before you can say You Shall Not Pass.

Rebound, an exhibition featuring other contemporary artists, is open until July 6, 2013, at the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art, College of Charleston, South Carolina.

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